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3713 Navan Road

Navan, Ontario K4B 1H9

Tel (343)-588-1070 / Fax (613)-834-8555


Please see registration form below

Day Program Registration

Program Methodology

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The philosophy behind Passageways Community Resource Center (PCRC) is to focus on building Activities of Daily Living skills (ADLs) using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) within a positive behaviour framework and modified environment. Skill building will be developed using the Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) curriculum. Focus areas include, but are not limited to, basic communication, grooming and toileting, first aid and safety, meal preparation and etiquette, leisure skills, housekeeping and chores, community participation skills and laundry. Passageways Community Resource Center will provide a safe compassionate, and therapeutic environment that ensures each participants needs are met. Based on the participants individualized skill set, Passageways Community Resource Center will ensure to provide an environment that promotes normalizing and enriching experiences for each individual in our care.

We believe in promoting and enhancing the social inclusion and the quality of life of participants. Through the efforts of a comprehensive care team, we shall provide an approach that takes into account the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual needs of each individual. Passageways Community Resource Center also addresses quality assurance measures. The Resource Center will promote social inclusion, individual choice, and independence, in order to foster any new learning and skills developed for each participant. PCRC admits participants from the ages of 18+ both male and female who are diagnosed with developmental disabilities such as, fetal alcohol syndrome, autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, global developmental delay, visually impaired, and Angelman syndrome and other exceptionality.

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Day Program Tour

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